Why purchase a book that you would never read? These five books are not only cute on a side table, but also have great insight and passion throughout every page.
The Teen Vouge Handbook i've had for years, and really was what sparked my interest in fashion at a young age. It explains the ins and outs of fashion from different job titles, to modeling, and photography.
#GirlBoss is hands down a book I loved and finished in less than two days. There are lists out there of people's hard times before they truly made it in the fashion world, but this one tops most. Sophia Amoruso went from being a poor hitch hiker, to a Ebay extraordinaire, to the founder of a $280M company. I won't fill you in with anything else so that you are forced to pick up the book yourself.
Louis Vuitton Fashion Photography is a great staple item. Every coffee table needs that one larger heavy set book. As part of LVMH, Louis Vuitton is an icon to the entire fashion community. From Haute Couture to Ready to Wear, they do it all, and have been on top since 1854. This book is great for inspiration! Hundreds and hundreds of pages of amazing ideas and products graze these pages.
The Career Code was written by the bloggers of the WHO WHAT WEAR blog, and tell their story of how they got to where they are today,k and how that led the two women to meet years ago. Their success is only something we can dream of, and they don't hide any secrets when it comes to career advice. Their clothing line at Target is definitely dangerous on the wallet as well, but it's a must.
THE FASHION BOOK is a classic. It comes in different sizes, but the mini pocket size was just too darling to pass up. It showcases the people who created, inspired, and continue to inspire the fashion world. Try reading a page a day to broaden your fashion knowledge! Karl and Coco Chanel approve.